In his first visit to Cairo following the 25 January Revolution, French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said that his country is willing to expand economic and social help to Egypt in the coming weeks and months ahead
All eyes are on Prime Minister, Essam Sharaf's list of candidates given to the military council for approval of a new transitional government that would satisfy the demands of the people
The United States is assisting in the repatriation of Egyptian citizens fleeing violence in Libya
Proposal will see the state security service and the office of the prosecutor general come under the authority of the direct oversight of the prime minister
New cabinet starts appointing its ministers
Protesters who occupied the state security headquarters in Nasr City report a treasure trove of information on public figures and piles of shredded documents
Eye witnesses say Suzanne and Alaa Mubarak left Sharm El Sheikh airport, supposedly en route to Cairo's Almaza military airport
With parliamentary elections opening up to various voices, activists and groups are creating political parties to represent constituencies neglected or marginalised under the old regime
Egypt’s top government owned newspapers’ journalists protest in Al-Sahafa street demanding their heads to step down
With a rash of state security buildings going up in flames, hundreds of protesters in 6th of October governorate call on the army to take over remaining state security headquarters
The world anxiously awaits the appointment of a new Egyptian FM. Seventy-five year-old Nabil El-Arabi is said to have insider knowledge in international matters
Judge Al-Mohammadi Qunsua adjourned the hearing to April 2, after a heated exchange between the defence team and civil society lawyers attending the trial
Amid wild cheers, Essam Sharaf tell crowds "I get my legitimacy from you"
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